Visit a waterfall at dusk and you may see moonbows—nighttime rainbows.
April 23rd is National Talk Like Shakespeare Day.
The Pendle in Pendle Hill is derived from Pen-hyll, a combination of the Cumbric word for hill and the Old English word for hill. So Pendle Hill is really Hill Hill Hill. Here are 11 others like that.
Every month on the 11th, we do 11 lists of 11. Judith B. Herman gets us started a day early.
UC Santa Cruz researchers say Ronan is the first mammal to successfully get funky
We’re all familiar with the classic Disney and Brothers Grimm versions of fairy tales, but with a little artistic skill and imagination, it’s amazing how drastically these tales can change—at least vi
In our Retrobituaries series, we highlight interesting people who are no longer with us. Today let's explore the life of Albert Ellis, who passed away in 2007 at the age of 92.
Before the Internet, we could not use memes of Willy Wonka or a triumphant baby to express ourselves. Instead, we used proverbs; catchy lines that encapsulate universal truths.
At one time or another, though, we’ve all been the emotional drunk, a condition typically marked by ill-timed espousals of affection (or reprisal), acute introspection, and an incontrollable urge to c